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Altaic etymology :

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Proto-Altaic: *ŏ̀ti ( ~ -t`-)
Nostratic: Nostratic
Meaning: to move, change place
Russian meaning: двигаться, менять место
Turkic: *öt-
Mongolian: *oči-
Tungus-Manchu: *(x)utur-
Korean: *tɨ-
Japanese: *ùtù-r-
Comments: The Kor. form (attested only in SKE) has a frequent loss of initial vowel.
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Turkic etymology :

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Proto-Turkic: *öt-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to pass by, pass through
Russian meaning: проходить мимо, проходить через
Old Turkic: öt- (Orkh., OUygh.)
Karakhanid: öt- (MK)
Tatar: üt-
Middle Turkic: öt- (Pav. C., Abush.)
Uzbek: ọt-
Uighur: öt-
Sary-Yughur: jüt-
Azerbaidzhan: öt-
Turkmen: öt-
Khakassian: öt-
Oyrat: öt-
Chuvash: vit-
Yakut: öt-
Tuva: öt-
Tofalar: ö`t-
Kirghiz: öt-
Kazakh: öt-
Noghai: öt-
Bashkir: üt-
Balkar: öt-
Karaim: öt-
Karakalpak: öt-
Salar: öt-
Kumyk: öt-
Comments: EDT 39, VEWT 376, ЭСТЯ 1, 554-555.
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Mongolian etymology :

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Proto-Mongolian: *oči-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to walk, move, go
Russian meaning: идти, двигаться
Written Mongolian: oči- (L 599)
Middle Mongolian: očira 'before, along' (SH)
Khalkha: oči-
Buriat: ošo-
Dongxian: ečɨ- (Тод. Дн.)
Baoan: šǯe-, hǯe- (Тод. Бн.)
Dagur: vaǯire- 'to come in', vāǯi 'track'
Monguor: śʒ́i- (SM 387)
Comments: WMong. has also a not quite clear variant eči- id. (possibly also reflected in some South Mong. languages). Without palatalization cf. MMong. (SH, HY) ot-, (MA) udu-, WMong. od(u)-, Kalm. od- 'be on one's way' (KW 283).
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Tungus etymology :

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Proto-Tungus-Manchu: *(x)utur-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to reel, turn round
Russian meaning: вертеться
Evenki: utur-
Comments: ТМС 2, 295. Attested only in Evk., but having probable external parallels.
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Korean etymology :

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Proto-Korean: *tɨ-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to move, change one's place
Russian meaning: двигаться, менять место
Modern Korean: tɨ-
Comments: SKE 264 (NKor.).
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Japanese etymology :

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Proto-Japanese: *ùtù-r-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to move, change place
Russian meaning: двигаться, менять место
Old Japanese: utu-r-
Middle Japanese: ùtù-r-
Tokyo: utsúr-
Kyoto: útsúr-
Kagoshima: ùtsùr-
Comments: JLTT 781.
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Nostratic etymology :

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Eurasiatic: *q[o]dV
Meaning: to move
Altaic: *oti ( ~ t`-)
Kartvelian: *qad- / *qed- / *qd-
Dravidian: *āḍ- (also *ōḍ- 1127)
References: МССНЯ 338; ND 1856 *qad(V)ʔo 'to step, walk' (+ Arab. and Eg.?). Obviously several roots (for Kartv. cf. rather Alt. *kējda 'to go'). Cf. *wetV.
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Kartvelian etymology :

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Proto-Kartvelian: *qad- / *qed- / *qd-
Nostratic: Nostratic
Russian meaning: двигать(ся), идти, приходить
English meaning: to move, go, arrive
Georgian: xad-, Old Georg. qad-, qed-, qd-
Megrel: rt-
Svan: qäd-, qed-, qd-
Laz: xt-, t-
Notes and references: ЭСКЯ 263, EWK 557. Ср. алт. *kēta 'идти, ходить, уходить' (Иллич-Свитыч в МССHЯ 338 сравнивает иначе: с монг. *od-, драв. *āṭṭ- / *āṭV- 'двигаться').
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Dravidian etymology :

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Proto-Dravidian : *āḍ-
Meaning : to play; to dance, move
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Proto-South Dravidian: *āḍ-
Proto-Telugu : *āḍ-
Proto-Kolami-Gadba : *āḍ-
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South Dravidian etymology :

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Proto-South Dravidian : *āḍ-
Meaning : to move; to dance, play
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : āṭu (āṭi-)
Tamil meaning : to move (intr.), wave, swing, shake, dance, act a part or play, play, sport, cohabit, fight, go, wander about; say, do, enjoy
Tamil derivates : āṭal shaking, moving, dancing, trouble, doing, play, coition, saying, fight; āṭi dancer; āṭicci a woman of the acrobat community; āṭṭu (āṭṭi-) to move (tr.), wave, swing, shake, drive away, harass, conquer, cause to dance; n. dancing, play; āṭṭam motion, vibration, swinging, play, game, one's turn in a game, dance, moving about; āṭṭai turn in a game; āṭṭi one who makes to dance (in cpds., e. g. pāmp-āṭṭi); aṭu (-pp-, -tt-) to dance
Malayalam : āṭuka
Malayalam meaning : to wave, swing, rock, shake, totter, dance
Malayalam derivates : āṭikka to make to dance (e. g. a snake); āṭal shaking, trembling, agitation, grief, dancing; āṭṭuka to press oil, hunt, drive away; āṭṭam play, dance; āṭṭu swinging, dance, play, hunting
Kannada : āḍu, āṭu
Kannada meaning : to be in motion, move about, wag, wave, swing, shake, play, dance, act on stage, speak, sound (as a musical instrument), abuse; n. motion, playing, etc.
Kannada derivates : āḍisu to cause to move, set in motion, cause to play, cause to dance or act, cause to speak; āṭisu to set (the mind) in motion, long for, hanker after; (PBh.) āṭar (āṭand-) to fall upon; āḍi that moves, plays, performs, speaks; āḍike, āṭike motion, play, talk; āḍiga one who moves about, etc., actor; āḍitana, āḍuvike, āḍuha, āṭalu, āṭale, āṭlu, āṭle moving, playing, etc.; āḍisuvike causing to move, etc.; āṭa, āṭu motion, play, dance, gambling, speaking; āṭaka sport, amusement; āṭavika, āṭi player, actor, gamester; āṭa(ŋ)guḷi player, gambler, dancer; āḍukuḷi, āḍuŋguḷi person addicted to play
Kodagu : ād- (āḍi-)
Kodagu meaning : to move violently, dance
Kodagu derivates : āṭ- (āṭi-) to make to move violently, drive (cattle); āḍɨ a dance
Tulu : āḍuni
Tulu meaning : to move (intr., tr.), swing, shake
Tulu derivates : āḍāvuni to agitate, shake; āḍēvuni to be moving, vibrating; āḍele an unsteady man, a vagabond; āṭa amusement, sport, game, a play
Proto-Nilgiri : *āḍ-
Number in DED : 0347
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Proto-Nilgiri : *āḍ-
Meaning : to move, dance
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Kota : āṛ- (āc-) "to move, move violently, dance, play, speak, have sexual intercourse"
Toda : ōḍ- (ōḍy-) "to move violently, dance"
Additional forms : Also Kota āṛc- (āṛc-) to make to move violently, stir, sprinkle, disturb; āṭ- (āc-) to give birth to (child); āṭ dance, game; āṭm one's turn in game; āṭḷ song of grief; Toda ōḍc- (ōḍč-) to make to dance, drive (buffaloes) around in pen at funeral; ōṭ- (ōṭy-) to shake violently, weep, embroider
Number in DED : 347
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Telugu etymology :

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Proto-Telugu : *āḍ-
Meaning : to play, sport, act on the stage, dance, move, shake, totter, vibrate, throb, play, work, speak, abuse
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Telugu : āḍu
Additional forms : Also āḍincu to amuse, cause to play, cause to move, shake; āḍika evil talk, scandal; āṭa play, game, dancing, acting on the stage, jest, gambling; ārcu to shake (tr.), move, (K. also) cause to say
Number in DED : 347
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Kolami-Gadba etymology :

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Proto-Kolami-Gadba : *āḍ-
Meaning : to play
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Kolami : āḍ- (āḍt-)
Naikri : āṛ-
Naiki : āṛ- (āṭ-)
Additional forms : Also Kolami āḍp- (āḍapt-) to make to play, fondle (a child); Naiki caus. āṛup-/āṛp-
Number in DED : 347
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